Google’s AdSense Soon To Have New Rival?

A large part of Google’s multi-billion dollar annual turnover comes from its nifty AdSense advertising program. The software enables website owners to drop in a piece of code to their pages that then serves advertisements provided by Google. How Does Google AdSense Work? It all works dynamically and the adverts that are displayed based on the content of the page. So if a website owner places the Google AdSense code on a page about holidays then holiday ads are delivered onto the page automatically by Google. Everybody wins because when…

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5 Tips to Make You More Money With Google AdSense

Google’s advertising platform for publishers, Google AdSense, can be both rewarding and inexplicably frustrating. Most bloggers who start using AdSense are put off just after a couple of months because they are not making the money they were dreaming of. Surely, getting paid pennies for clicks that rarely come can be a downer but I am here to tell you it’s not the end of the world. Every day thousands of people are making a killing on AdSense, and with a little optimization you can improve your earnings too. 1.…

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3 Top Content Curation Tools You Need to Know About

I don’t know about you, but it seems the more that I try to get ahead, the more there is to do. Trying to keep up with the latest technological advances for a small business, let alone my social media presence can be maddening. Thank goodness there is content curation to assist us. Content curation is the practice of finding and gathering engaging information relevant to your industry and sharing it through your social media and other marketing channels. When done properly, content curation is a highly effective online marketing…

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Search Engine Marketing: Google Is Testing a New Look for PPC Advertisement

After executing substantial modifications in the appearance of sponsored advertisements, Google.com recently added the initial line of the advertisement caption label and placed the domain name at the end of the title. Google has also stepped up its effort to implement a total radical change in the appearance of links, consisting of both the sponsored and natural ones. Now, the URL address is highlighted in green just right below of an advertisement title. Compared to the last change (transfer of addresses under a headline, which has more sense for a…

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How to Use Google Trends As a Reference Source for Creating a Blog Post

Google Trends is an indicator for how many people are looking for a specific term over a period of time. It gives you an overview about the topics the world is searching for. The trends can be further sorted depending upon their geographic location, categories, time span etc and it also allows you to compare between your searches. Google Trends platform is quite easy and user-friendly. They also have small graphs besides the title that shows you how hot or cold the topic is in a given time span. So…

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My Blackberry Storm Review

About a month ago it was time to get a new phone. Up until that point I had a Motorola Q and was very pleased with it. Based on everything I read, I had decided to get the new Motorola Q9c. But when I arrived at the Verizon store I was informed that the Q had been discontinued. I had a hard time believing it so I called around and verified that it was indeed being discontinued. This left me in a position where I was uneducated on just about…

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The New Kid on the Block – Google Knol

So you are asking yourself what is a Google Knol? Well, let me tell you. Have you ever heard of Squidoo Pages, or Hub Pages? Then you will know what a Knol is. If you have not heard of these then I will explain here what Google Knol is and how it can benefit you. What is Google Knol? If you are at all familiar with Squidoo pages then you will be somewhat familiar to a Knol by Google. A Knol is a place where you can create an article…

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History Of Android Mobile Device Platform

Android is an open-sourced stack for mobile devices that includes the operating system, key applications and middleware. Android was started by Google in 2005 when they purchased the initial developer of the software, Android Inc. When Google first purchased Android in July of 2005 there was not that much known about this small start-up company. In the industry at the time it was referred to as just a company that developed software for mobile devices, a far cry from what it is currently. In October of 2008 the first Android…

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Pfaltzgraff Love – Tips to Complete Your Dinnerware Collection

Pfaltzgraff china fans are passionate. They love their dinnerware patterns. Dish lovers of all kinds understand when Pfaltzgraff owners change out their kitchen cabinets, bringing in their spring, summer, fall or winter china patterns when the season change, like the rest of us ordinary folks change our clothes closets. Dishies understand, too, about owning several sets of china. Some Pfaltzgraff lovers have decorated their kitchens with their special patterns, right down to the rugs, the breadbox and the light switch plates. People who enjoy Pfaltzgraff appreciate the classic patterns and…

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Will Google Next Generation Pixels Snap All With Dragon 835?

Google created the biggest issue in 2016. Google has begun to take an active part in the hardware industry. At the heart of the issue was Google Pixel. Of course, Google did not produce directly from the hardware production line, but it was a smartphone that Google made in all the process. Despite being the first smartphone, the sales volume was enormous. In this controversy, Google’s hardware industry is unlikely to stop. I think that the centre of hardware products this year will be Google Pixel 2. The introduction was…

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